Thanks for replying Tom, your “OFFICIAL” app ‘calm’ does not apply to me as I am on windows PC only…
How can one learn how to use Pure Data or SuperCollider? Obviously they must have learnt how to use it somewhere also? I don’t see any youtube tutorials either. I am sure it is fairly easy right? Just punch in a bunch of commands? Could you possibly show me or at least show me where I can learn?
I could use ableton plugin fine but I just read the ableton plugin MUSEPORT webpage and it appears to only use eeg data and not frequency bands like theta absolute, gamma relative, mellow, concentration etc. making it useless. Can you double check that for me though, I can understand the technical language that well? http://www.maxforlive.com/library/device/2641/muse-port
“[SIZE=16px]Brainwave readings from the four sensors of the Muse can either be averaged as they arrive in the device or the highest can be used and the rest discarded”[/SIZE][SIZE=12px]. Note that the five standard brainwaves report absolute values, whereas before they reported relative session values, and now there are five separate relative brainwave parameters which can be automated (graphed). The two experimental scores Concentration and Mellow can also be automated, and since version 1.2, they can be streamed in real time and therefore mapped to any parameter in Live. In the device they have taken the place of the 3rd and 5th outputs along the bottom. Previously these were the Alpha and Gamma outputs, from which Mellow and Concentration are derived, respectively.[/SIZE]